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Any railroad bridge, tunnel, viaduct, or culvert converted for roadway use.

10th Street Bridge (Beaver County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1891; Converted to road use 1926; Closed 1978; Removed 2001
Lost Pratt deck truss bridge over Beaver River on 10th Street
Removed

A.P. Green Company Bridge 2 (Audrain County, Missouri)
Bridge over South Fork Salt River on former rail spur
Open to traffic

Adelaide Bridge (Fremont County, Colorado)
Built 1894 on the narrow gauge Florence and Cripple Creek Railroad. Converted to highway use after the railroad was abandoned in 1912.
Steel trestle on Phantom Canyon Road over Eightmile Creek
Open to one-lane traffic on a gravel road

Aden Road Bridge (Prince William County, Virginia)
Built 1882; renovation scheduled 2016
Through truss bridge over Southern Railroad on Aden Road in Nokesville
Temporarily removed for rehabilitation

Aerojet Truss (Miami-Dade County, Florida)
Former railroad bridge moved here and demolished after 2011.
Lost Polygonal Warren pony truss bridge over Canal on 288th Street
Removed but not replaced

Allegheny Ludlum Bridge (Washington County, Pennsylvania)
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Chartiers Creek on Private Road (Pennsylvania Railroad)
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Gower Road Overpass (Schenectady County, New York)
Built 1915
Concrete arch bridge over Gower Road
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Trout Brook Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Stone arch bridge over Trout Brook on Amtrak Springfield Line
Open to traffic

Argentine Boulevard Bridge (Wyandotte County, Kansas)
Built 1890, rebuilt 1908; damaged by 1951 flood, removed 1959
Lost through truss bridge over Kansas River and Argentine Island on Argentine Boulevard, 18th Street in Kansas City
Replaced by the Nearby 18th Street Expressway Bridge Downstream

Augustine Cutoff Bridge (Old) (New Castle County, Delaware)
Built 1885 for B&O Railroad, replaced with stone arch bridge 1910; Converted to road bridge 1920; Pratt truss replaced with Warren truss 1980;
Deck truss bridge over Brandywine Creek on Augustine Cutoff in Wilmington
Open to traffic

Austin Stream Bridge (Somerset County, Maine)
Warren pony truss with alternating verticals bridge over Austin Stream on Dead Water Road
Open to traffic

Avila Truss Bridge No. 5 (San Luis Obispo County, California)
Built 1883, converted to automobile bridge around 1941, abandoned 1967, collapsed 1981
Lost Pratt bhrough truss bridge over San Luis Obispo Creek on Pacific Coast Railway/Avila Beach Drive
Collapsed. One concrete peir remains.

Avon Distribution Center Bridge (Los Angeles County, California)
Pony plate girder bridge over Eaton Wash on Avon Distribution Center Road
Open to traffic

B Square Ranch Bridge (San Juan County, New Mexico)
Built ca. 1905; Relocated here in the 1980s
Parker through truss bridge over San Juan River on Ranch Road
Open to private traffic

Babocomari Ranch Bridge (Cochise County, Arizona)
Pratt through truss bridge over Babocomari Wash on West Railroad Drive
Open to traffic

Backbone Rock (Johnson County, Tennessee)
Cut in 1901, taken over by Park Service.
Tunnel under Backbone Rock on TN 133 between Damascus VA and Shady Valley TN, Tennessee
Open to traffic

Ball Ford Bridge (Gentry County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1900; refurbished to carry road traffic sometime before 2000
Pratt through truss bridge over Grand River on Ball Ford Trail
Open to traffic

Bay Farm Island Bridge (Old) (Alameda County, California)
Built 1898; replaced 1953
Lost Polygonal Warren through truss bridge over San Leandro Bay on Bay Farm Island
Replaced by a new bridge

Bens Creek Arch Bridge (Cambria County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1832
Stone arch bridge over Ebns Creek on PA 53
Open to traffic

Bergfeld Pond Bridge (Dubuque County, Iowa)
Built as part of Dubuque Bridge in 1872, relocated to Whitewater Creek Drive in 1898, dismantled and relocated to present site in 2007
Pratt through truss bridge over Bergfeld Pond at Bergfeld Park on Pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only

Berry Street Tunnel (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1851-1856; Converted to road use 1998
Tunnel on West Busway
Open to traffic

Black Creek Bridge (Wayne County, Missouri)
Built 1927 by the Missouri Pacific Railroad, later converted for vehicular use
Concrete slab bridge over Black Creek on CR 345 south of Des Arc
Open to traffic

Black Oak Road Bridge (Mineral County, West Virginia)
Baltimore through truss bridge over North Branch Potomac River on Black Oak Road
Open to traffic

Black Oak Road Bridge #2 (Mineral County, West Virginia)
Baltimore through truss bridge over North Branch Potomac River on Black Oak Road
Open to traffic

Blackhand Gorge Trail - Blackhand Tunnel (Licking County, Ohio)
Blasted 1890; Abandoned ca. 1929; Used as a road afterwards, Converted to trail ??
Tunnel on Blackhand Gorge Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Blevins Bridge (Carter County, Tennessee)
Built in 1889 in another location, relocated here to replace a flood-damaged Howe truss railroad bridge by the East Tennessee & Western North Carolina Railroad Company on Tweetsie Line, now a county road
Pin-connected Pratt through truss bridge over Doe River on Old Tweetsie Railroad
Open to single-lane traffic

BN - Belmont Tunnel (Dawes County, Nebraska)
Built 1889. abandoned to rail traffic in 1982
Tunnel
Bypassed Tunnel still used by RR personnel

Bridge Camp Bridge (King County, Washington)
Built 1902
Pratt pony truss bridge over White River on Pedestrian Walkway
Open to traffic

Bull Slough Bridge (Conecuh County, Alabama)
Built 1924; rehabilitated 1970
Warren through truss bridge over Sepulga River on Bull Slough Rd
Open to traffic

Busk-Ivanhoe Tunnel (Pitkin County, Colorado)
Built 1891; Converted to highway use 1922; Closed to traffic 1943; Collapsed 1945
Tunnel
Closed

C&S - Deansbury Bridge (Jefferson County, Colorado)
Built 1922; Removed 1983
Warren through truss bridge over South Platte River on Denver, South Park & Pacific Railroad
Removed

Calaveras Cement Company Bridge (Calaveras County, California)
Concrete tee beam bridge over CA 49 & Willow Creek on Cement Plant Road
Open to traffic

Calypso Bridge (Prairie County, Montana)
Built 1907
Parker through truss bridge over Yellowstone river on Milwakuee Road
Open to traffic

Camp Dodge Unnamed Stream Culvert (Polk County, Iowa)
Concrete culvert over Unnamed Stream on Camp Dodge Road
Open to private traffic only.

Carpenters Bluff Bridge (Grayson County, Texas)
Built 1910; Renovated for auto use 1965, rehabilitated 1981
Through truss bridge over Red River on Carpenters Bluff Road (formerly KO&G RR)
Open to foot traffic only and includes a Wagon Shelf extension of South deck

Carroll County Road 314 Bridge (Carroll County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1895 by the Edge Moor Bridge Works; later relocated here
Through truss bridge over the BNSF Railway on CR 314
Open to traffic

Cartersville Bridge (Cumberland County, Virginia)
Built 1884; Damaged by flood in 1972 and the two end spans and piers remain
Abandoned composite wood and iron pratt through truss bridge over James River
Abandoned

Cayuta Creek Bridge (Bradford County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1892
Through truss bridge over Cayuta Creek on TR 937 in Sayre
Open to traffic

Cazadero Bridge (Clackamas County, Oregon)
Built in 1904 as part of the Oregon Water Power and Railway, Now acts as an access bridge to Faraday Lake.
Steel arch bridge over Clackamas River on Faraday Lake Access Road
Open to traffic

Cement Plant Road Bridge (Calaveras County, California)
Built by Calaveras Cement Company to connect limestone mine functions
Timber stringer bridge over Calaveritas Road on Cement Plant Road
Open to traffic

Center Street Bridge (Greene County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1910 as a railroad bridge; relocated 1944; rehabilitated 1983
Pony truss bridge over South Fork Tenmile Creek on PA 1011 in Clarksville
Open to traffic

CGW - South Fork Clanton Creek Bridge (Madison County, Iowa)
Pony plate girder bridge over South Fork Clanton Creek on Private Road
Open to private traffic

Chouteau Bridge (Jackson County, Missouri)
Built 1887; converted into vehicular use in 1951; demolished in 2001
Lost three-span Whipple truss bridge over the Missouri River in Kansas City
Replaced by new bridge in 2001

Clark Fork River Pedestrian Bridge (Bonner County, Idaho)
Pratt through truss bridge over Clark Fork River on a pedestrian trail (old Johnson/ River) Road


Cloie Bridge (Dubuque County, Iowa)
Formerly an approach span on Dubuque Railroad Bridge (1872 bridge)
Relocated Pratt through truss bridge formerly over Little Maquoketa River on Clay Hill Drive
Replaced by new bridge; truss bridge sitting next to Heritage Trail just NW of Access Road

Cole Camp Creek NE 301 Bridge (Benton County, Missouri)
Originally built by the Sedalia, Warsaw and Southwestern Railroad
Pony plate girder bridge over Cole Camp Creek on County Road NE 301
Open to one-lane traffic

Combination Bridge (Woodbury County, Iowa)
Built 1890-96; North Approach replaced 1907; Nebraska swing span electrified 1919; South approach replaced 1922; North Approach rebuilt 1929; Rails removed 1937; Iowa swing span removed 1957; Cantilevered roadways widened 1961-62; Replaced 1980
Lost Through truss bridge over Missouri River on Old US 20 in Sioux City
Replaced by new bridge

Commerce Parkway Bridge (Erie County, New York)
Built 1950; rehabilitated 1985
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Central Avenue on Commerce Parkway
Open to traffic

Cottonwood Creek Bridge (El Paso County, Colorado)
Built 1887 for railroad use; rehabilitated 2012 for Vincent Drive
Stone arch bridge over Cottonwood Creek on Vincent Drive
Open to traffic

CR 325 Culvert (Mississippi County, Missouri)
Built 1931 for the Missouri Pacific Railroad; later converted to road use
Concrete culvert over Drainage ditch on CR 325 (former Missouri Pacific Railroad)
Open to traffic

CR 499 Mingo Ditch Bridge (Stoddard County, Missouri)
Formerly a bridge on the Frisco Hoxie Branch railroad built in 1926 (?) and refurbished for vehicle use when the line was discontinued; replaced 2010
Lost pony truss bridge over Mingo Ditch southwest of Puxico on CR 499
Replaced by a new bridge

CR1127 Nolan River Bridge (Hill County, Texas)
Built 1899-1903; Converted to road 1952 after the railroad relocated its ROW due to the construction of the Whitney Dam
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Nolan River on CR 1127 (Nee Santa Fe Railroad)
Open to traffic

CR499 Drainage Ditch Bridge (Stoddard County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1930 for the Frisco Hoxie Branch railroad; replaced by a culvert
Lost wooden bridge over an unnamed drainage ditch on CR 499
Lost

Craig Creek Bridge (Botetourt County, Virginia)
Built 1886; relocated 1902
Deck truss bridge over Craig Creek on Old Rail Road (Route 817)
Open to traffic

Crystal City Underground Bridge (Jefferson County, Missouri)
Pratt through truss bridge over Plattin Creek
Open to traffic

CWI - Calumet River Bridge (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1967-1968 to replace earlier Strauss-type bridge; temporarily used for road traffic 2012; currently disused, stored in raised position
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Calumet River on abandoned Chicago & Western Indiana Railroad
Closed to all traffic

Dale Bridge (Stoddard County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1930 as a bridge on the Frisco Hoxie Branch railroad, then retrofitted for vehicular use after railroad line was discontinued
Wooden trestle with concrete deck on CR 499 near the historic railroad station of Dale
Open to one-lane traffic

Dan Patch Bridge (Scott County, Minnesota)
Built 1908 to carry dual tracks, but one track later converted to highway use, highway discontinued in the 1980's
Pratt through truss bridge over Minnesota River on Canadian Pacific Railway
Intact but closed to all traffic

Danville Sanitary District Bridge (Vermilion County, Illinois)
Through truss bridge over Vermilion River on former Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railroad south of Danville
Open to traffic as an acess roadway bridge

Devil's Slide Trestles (Boulder County, Colorado)
Built 1903-05; bypassed 1928; tracks removed 1935; reopened as a road 1955-1979.
Timber stringer bridge over Devil's Slide on Denver and Salt Lake Railway
Closed to all traffic, but still carries a natural gas pipeline

Devils' Elbow Bridge (Whatcom County, Washington)
Built 1936; Converted to road use 1954; Removed ?
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Skagit River on Road
Removed

Dilworth Bridge (Walker County, Alabama)
Polygonal Warren through truss bridge over Black Warrior River on a private road
Open to traffic for the Dilworth Coal Plant

Dingess Tunnel (Mingo County, West Virginia)
Built 1914
Masonry tunnel on CR 3/5
Open to traffic

Driveway Silver Creek Bridge (Linn County, Iowa)
Concrete culvert bridge over Silver Creek on Driveway
Open to private traffic

Driveway Stone Arch (Bremer County, Iowa)
Built 1886; Abandoned 1959
Stone arch bridge over Unnamed Tributary of Shell Rock River on Private Driveway
Open to authorized vehicles only

Duck Creek Farm Bridge (Washington County, Ohio)
Pratt through truss bridge over Duck Creek on Farm Road
Open to authorized vehicles only

Eagle Rock Truss Bridge (Botetourt County, Virginia)
Built 1885 by the Richmond and Alleghany Railroad Co.; Bypassed by new bridge in 1932
Abandoned pratt through truss bridge over James River
Abandoned

East Street Bridge (Wood County, West Virginia)
Built 1907; New Decking 1935; Rehab 1951; Replaced 1996
Lost Through truss bridge over Little Kanawha River on West Virginia 14A (Alternate 14)
Replaced by new bridge

Edgebrook Bridge (St. Louis County, Missouri)
Built 1896; Converted to bus-only use 1949; Abandoned 1968; Removed 1974
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Missouri Pacific Railroad & Deer Creek on St. Louis Public Service Co.
Removed

Elk Creek Deck Truss Bridge (Bedford County, Virginia)
Built 1915 by the Camden Iron Works
Pratt deck truss bridge over Elk Creek on Elkton Farm Road (Route 666) in Forest
Open to traffic

Ernest Mines Railroad Bridge (Indiana County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1903
Baltimore through truss bridge over McKee Run on Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh Railway
No longer exists

Factory Hill Road Bridge (Rensselaer County, New York)
Built 1894 by the Boston Bridge Works; Abandoned 1927
Abandoned warren pony truss with all verticals bridge over Walloomsac River on Abandonded trolley line
Derelict/abandoned

Farm Road Crooked Creek Tributary Trestle (Washington County, Iowa)
Timber stringer bridge over Tributary of Crooked Creek on Farm Road
Open to private traffic

Ferry Bar Bridge (Whatcom County, Washington)
Built 1941; Converted to road use 1954; Removed 1960
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Skagit River on Road
Removed

Field Bridge (Marshall County, Illinois)
Pony plate girder bridge over Crow Creek on farm access
Open to traffic

Field Road Honey Creek Bridge (Louisa County, Iowa)
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Honey Creek on Private Field Road (Former M&StL)
Open to private vtraffic

Fish Eddy-Sullivan County Line Road Bridge (Delaware County, New York)
Built 1901; Converted 1954; Rehabilitated 1994
Subdivided Warren through truss bridge over East Branch Delaware River on Fish Eddy-Sullivan County Line Road
Open to traffic

FKOHT - Bow Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1982, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Bow Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Channel Five Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1982, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Channel Five on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Channel Two Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Channel #2 on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Kemp Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1982, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Kemp Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Little Duck-Missouri Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Missouri-Little Duck Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Long Key Viaduct (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1982, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Long Key Channel on Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to Pedestrians as part of the F.K.O.H.T.

FKOHT - Lower Sugarloaf Sound Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Lower Sugarloaf Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Missouri-Ohio Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Ohio-Missouri Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Niles Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1983, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Niles Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail


FKOHT - Ohio-Bahia Honda Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over OHIO-BAHIA HONDA CHANNEL on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Park Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1982, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Park Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Rockland Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1979, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Rockland Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Saddlebunch Keys Bridge #2 (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Saddlebunch Keys Bridge #3 (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Saddlebunch #3 Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Saddlebunch Keys Bridge #4 (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1980, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Saddlebunch #4 Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Saddlebunch Keys Bridge #5 (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1980, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Saddlebunch #5 Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Shark Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1979, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Shark Channel on Closed-spaan old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - South Pine Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1982, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over South Pine Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Tom's Harbor Cut Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1980, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Tom's Harbor Cut on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

Florida River Bridge (La Plata County, Colorado)
Through truss bridge over Florida River on Ranchos Florida Road
Open to traffic

Fort Columbia Tunnel (Pacific County, Washington)
Built 1932
Tunnel on US 101
Open to traffic

Fort Leavenworth Bridge (Leavenworth County, Kansas)
Built 1871; Burned and abandoned 1913 , Converted to road 1917
Lost Post through truss bridge over Missouri River
Removed

Fort Madison Bridge (Lee County, Iowa)
Built 1927
Toll double-decker through truss swing bridge over the Mississippi River on IA 2/IL 9/BNSF Railroad at Fort Madison
Open to traffic